Welcome to the RASH. The RASH, which is a derivative of the Edmonton HASH House Harriers, is a group of awesome people who ride road-bikes for a couple hours at a non-competitive pace and after the ride enjoy refreshments together. EVERYONE is welcome! We ride on Sunday’s @ 10am. (Be there for 9:50am for bike set-up) We usually ride for approximately 2 hours. We do not ride at a Tour de France pace. We highly recommend a road bicycle as we mainly ride road and paved trails.  (mountain-bikes may slow the groups pace down, a lot,  as they’re heavier bikes and geared differently) This is all about a friendly environment/good people, a great ride and refreshments afterwards. (On-On) ***Cancelation of RASH due to inclement weather: Show up to start of the ride and group will determine if ride will continue or not. (If not, group then goes for breakfast)  🙂 Yep, there are rules:

  • Wear a helmet
  • No dogs
  • Respect other group members
  • Have fun!

If you have any questions, or want to hare a ride please contact Crocodile-Done-Me at johnnygeo ‘at’ gmail ‘dot’ com Hope to see you out. Updates to this may be sent to al.klassen@outlook.com.

RASH #76 — “Celebrate Fathers Day by Riding a Bike then Drinking”

When: Sunday, June 19, 2022 @ 1 pm
Start: Queen Alexandra School; 7730 – 106 St, Edmonton.

  • We will ride approximately 1.5 hours on mainly paved paths/quiet roads around the city.
  • Ride your road bike, vintage bike, cruiser, mountain bike, fatbike, Ebike, or any other bike! This will be a chill ride to enjoy time together and drinks at the end. (I’m riding a single speed 1979 Raleigh)
  • New 1 pm start!!!
  • Please wear a helmet.

For planning purposes, please post on the Edmonton Hash House Harriers Facebook group if you will be RASHing. (No need to say you won’t make it.)

Inclement Weather Note: RASH will always meet at the time and location posted even during inclement weather unless posted otherwise. DRESS FOR THE WEATHER. Once everyone is on-site, the group will determine if we ride, even a short distance; or go straight to hash hold. Thank you.